CD4D participants rarely go on a single assignment, which results in their passports being filled with multiple stamps. That is why we would like you to meet a few of our participants from the first phase of CD4D. CD4D1 facilitated many assignments aimed at strengthening institutions in Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, Somalia and Afghanistan. Diaspora communities have contributed highly to the success of the project by transferring their knowledge and expertise to selected organizations and colleagues in their home countries.
The ED4D participants are diaspora entrepreneurs wanting to seize the opportunity of setting-up or expanding businesses back home. They are uniquely placed to recognize business opportunities in their countries of origin by using the knowledge and skills gained in their country of residence.
You can read their story and watch their pitch video (click on the photo). Do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in their business.